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From a deathbed confession by her mother, Kit Burke learns that everything she knows about her past may be wrong. She may have been kidnapped at birth from a wealthy Utah family, and a chance encounter while investigating the story leads to love with Cord McFarland, a man who may be her biological brother. While the conflict in Rebecca Winters' new book is strong, the main characters' eagerness to ignore their possible biological relationship to pursue a romantic one makes Somebody's Daughter (1) a creepy read.
Reviewed by: 
Christine Merrill